3.43 pm: Only Vettori was able to keep Sehwag under check today. Of the 66 balls he bowled to him, Sehwag scored 30, with three fours. The idea was to bowl on or just outside off-stump. Chris Martin and Hamish Bennett pitched too short or too full too often, and got punished.
The most punishment was reserved for Jeetan Patel. The Test Match Sofa guys described Patel's challenge to the Indian line-up as being similar to a mosquito trying to eat an elephant. And here's why.
Sehwag took 45 runs off him in 31 balls. And even Dravid, who'd been struggling with a strike rate under 20, managed to take 33 runs off 42 from Patel, whose First Class bowling average this season is 72. It would be hard for him to make an impression in this series.
3.31 pm: Hundred No. 30 for Rahul Dravid. There's been an incredible turnaround for him today. His first 20 took 105 balls. The last 81 have come in just 110.
3.20 pm: Sehwag's gone.Read More »from Live Blog: Sehwag, Dravid score hundreds on Day 1